The collection comprises more than 60 different maps depicting plantations, fortifications and townships in Ireland during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James I, in the 16th and 17th centuries, some which are amongst the earliest cartographic representations of Ireland and are available at a fee.
The Down Survey of Ireland Taken in the years 1656-1658, the Down Survey of Ireland is the first ever detailed land survey on a national scale anywhere in the world.
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Please make sure your device has enough free space and you’re connected to a stable Wi Fi point before starting the download. If you want to save space, you can remove a purchased map section from your device, and then download it again (free of charge) when you next need it.Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life..In addition to other material this website comprises digital images of all the surviving Down Survey maps at parish, barony and county level.Learn about the Down Survey of Ireland project from Dr Micheál Ó’Siochrú of Trinity College Dublin’s Department of History.Curiously, is labelled Wingfield Road on the Ordnance Survey map of 1884.
This may have been an error or reflects the developer's original intention (see Wingfield Road). It has had several owners and a number of redevelopment plans have been drawn up but to date none have been carried through.The latest plans for its redevelopment were published in March 2018.The Staff of Life public house once stood at its eastern-most end and this pub's name and the location of several bakeries in the vicinity presumably suggested its name to the developers of the area in the 1880s.The land here was once part of the Gildencroft and parts of it were still known as the ocated at the rear of St Augustine's Street opposite the Leonards Street car park.For the most stable and up to date application from Ordnance Survey we would recommend the OS Maps app.